Nope - sbs 2003 is a well built, easy to install, well priced single
server solution for everything I need so haven't seen any reason to
change it out.
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Dean Collins wrote:
> Of course I'm also smart enough to run my own exchange server at home
> I have webmail, mobile mail, and unified messaging functionality for
> voicemail with my asterisk server as well.
I'm surprised it's not in the cloud. ;)
However, have you looked into a *nix based solution for the mail server?
It seems that the solutions are getting better (especially for one user,
like yourself), but I wondered if you had looked and not gone through
with it because of some deal-breaker.
Inquiring minds would like to know.
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